publications that would want to do a story on an animated christmas village?? (not quite robotics)

not robotics but I was hoping it would be interesting to the same groups etc.
The marketing person was asking if I knew of any magazines etc. that would be
interested in the village i`m working on at ... http://members.aol.com/robotweb/village-e.html
not much electronics but lots of 1960`s german cams, levers, gear-reducers, caps, gears and glass blown eyeballs lookin at`cha while you`re working and giving you the creeps etc. etc. : )
chris http://members.aol.com/robotweb http://www.chrishillman.net (The Largest selection of Links relate to Robotics, Animatronics & Spfx on the Net!) snipped-for-privacy@aol.com
ps: so far i`ve come-up with ..
nutsvolts.com (probably not) machinedesign.com (probably not technical enough?) haunted attraction magazine (good even though it`s a christmas village) exhibitbuilder magazine
hmm
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C40179 wrote:

I've been writing for magazines since the mid 70's. The one thing to keep in mind is "lead time." You should query magazines for seasonal material like this at least six months in advance. Most magazines are already working on their January or February issue. Think about this for next year.
These kinds of stories used to be fairly common in the mechanical-type magazines -- Popular Science, Popular Mechanics, etc. Not any more, unless the idea is very unique.
-- Gordon Author: Constructing Robot Bases (Forthcoming) Robot Builder's Sourcebook, Robot Builder's Bonanza
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